The Kingdom of the Cults - The Worldwide Church of God—From Cult to Christianity Summary & Analysis

Walter Martin
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Armstrongism teaches the Bible is God's Word and is best interpreted by Herbert W. Armstrong, "God's Apostle." Herbert Armstrong was born on July 31, 1892 in Des Moines, Iowa. He claimed to be a descendant of King David on his mother's side. He was raised by Christian parents. His cult believed he was God's sole channel of divine truth. He claimed he was the "Elijah" type who precedes the return of Jesus Christ. Armstrong said his organization truly represented Christianity and all others were false.

Armstrong said Jesus and the Father are two gods of the "God Family." Armstrong believed in the deity of Jesus, yet he taught Jesus was not the Son of God before His birth through Mary. He believed the resurrection of Jesus was spiritual and...

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